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... at least what we think that is what it would be like. I did my first boot camp style workout today on the bridge with the captain it was so hot which addd to the great sweat...felt good!
Almost 11 AM and here comes a thunder shower. The thunder shower past but another is here we are staying in protected water to see if things lighten up on the Bay River.
I didn't tell you about pizza night it was not stellar but the ...
... or find it depending on the day. Tonight were having a good, home-cooked southern pot-luck. It's 7:00pm, and I am ready for bed. We're talking with the pastor now in the church where we're staying now. Lovely, kind, kind people. We did a sing along, and the pastor and a few of his church members prayed for us. Off to bed, I'll write more tomorrow. Sending love and ...
... peculiar – it was so desolate here, nothing could be further form a city. We got to the end of the road and parked on the side for vehicles without trailers. In a few minutes, our tour guide arrived. His name was Tyler and he was a great guide. Sandy and I are in the market for kayaks and he took a lot of time throughout the tour to answer our questions and offer suggestions for buying a boat. He was ...
... turned around and parked along NC-94 across from Headquarters Road facing the west side of the lake. In the water were many tundra swans, Canada geese, and ducks. Many of the tundra swans appeared to be sleeping with their heads resting under their wings. As early morning light began moving westward and started illuminating the lake, the birds began to wake. However, it was still too early for the sunlight to provide ...
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